88%
Yes
12%
No
81%
Yes
12%
No
4%
Yes, but only if releasing the information does not threaten our national security
0%
No, but reduce their sentences
2%
Yes, but only if the information was legally obtained

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 @8SQV9TVanswered…3yrs3Y

Yes if it was legally obtained and if it doesn’t threaten our national security

 @9Q63578answered…2wks2W

Whistleblowers need protecting once validated. National security needs to be protected but there needs to be an elected independent body or jury to decide what is threatening to national security. Not government.

 @9PXZW99answered…2wks2W

It depends what they are blowing the whistle on. Those reporting things such as abuse in care homes should certainly be protected.

 @9PRKV7Lanswered…3wks3W

Yes - as long as sufficient evidence is supplied and the company is found guilty of the illegal activity

 @94CKMVNanswered…2yrs2Y

We already have legislation. It just isn’t enforced. Whistleblowers are victimised, not supported.

 @9473LSGanswered…2yrs2Y

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